ENTERPRISE EARTH today unveils another quarantine-filmed video clip, this time for their instrumental rendition of latest track, “Foundations Of Bones.” The tune appears on the band’s recently issued EP of the same name, out now on Entertainment One (eOne).
Featuring one new song (“Foundations Of Bones”), two cover tunes — Necrophagist’s “Fermented Offal Discharge” and Lamb Of God’s “Now You’ve Got Something To Die For” — an acoustic version of “There Is No Tomorrow” from their Luciferous LP, and this instrumental edition of the title track, the surprise EP serves as a bridge piece from Luciferous into the work being laid down for their forthcoming LP. Foundation Of Bones also marks the band’s first ever self-produced output.
Comments ENTERPRISE EARTH guitarist Gabriel Mangold, “After deciding to do this impromptu EP we began sifting through current demos for our winner. The decision was made unanimously fairly quickly. After a short, mysterious, and unsettling intro it gets straight to the point by exploding into the first chorus and doesn’t let up until it’s over. This song also features new sounds that we have been developing in a condensed format, namely combining modern deathcore parts and structure with thrash and death metal influences. This sound will be expanded upon in our coming full length.”
View ENTERPRISE EARTH’s quarantine-filmed playthrough of the instrumental version of “Foundation Of Bones,” as well as recently issued clips of the official title track and their Necrophagist and Lamb Of God covers below.
Founded in 2014 by ex-Infant Annihilator vocalist Dan Watson and ex-Takeover guitarist BJ Sampson, ENTERPRISE EARTH takes its name from a confluence of Illuminati and other conspiracy theories. The band released their critically lauded Luciferous full-length last Spring via Entertainment One (eOne) / Good Fight Music. Produced and mixed by Jason Suecof (The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, Job For A Cowboy, Carnifex), Luciferous showcases a band committed to the brutal audio onslaught and proficient excellence. The band’s authentic death metal precision and technical might is unquestionable, as evidenced by their ravenous live delivery. True road warriors, ENTERPRISE EARTH has teamed with contemporaries like Dying Fetus, Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, Thy Art Is Murder, Carnifex, Oceano, and Winds Of Plague, and joined the Summer Slaughter Tour with iconic genre trailblazers like Cannibal Corpse, Nile, and Suffocation.